On 24th of February TAHA in collaboration with Finish Agri- agency for Food and Forestry Development (FFD) and Agriculture Council of Tanzania (ACT) coordinated a one-day high profile meeting that aimed at strategizing on how best they can enhance access of irrigation water to Tanzania horticultural farmers. The roundtable discussion held at TAHA headquarters, featured key strategic horticultural industry players from the national and international levels such as, a member-based network of small-scale farmer group networks known as (MVIWATA) in Arusha, and Manyara regions, Andreas Hermes Akademie (AHA), Trias and WEEFFECT. The Southern African Confederation of Agricultural Unions (SACAU) also attended the crucial meeting in Arusha. In an effort to ensure farmers are accessible to adequate water for irrigation, the participants unanimously agreed to develop innovative business concept as a pilot project with an eye to building irrigation facilities based on renewable energy source for horticultural producers. The stakeholders also agreed on the need to identify and address key policy, legal, regulatory issues which can facilitate the climate-smart irrigation agenda.